Thursday 18 October, 2018 Invictus Games Sydney Peace Project Live streamed from Government house across Australia, on Facebook and Youtube. There were over 3000 viewers, many were classrooms who joined us in this special event.
On Thursday 18 October 2018, as part of the lead up to Invictus Games, we engaged as many young people as possible to: Stand for Peace Stand for Veterans and their families Sing to Remember Rethink Remembrance
Where: Live streamed through connected classrooms and Facebook Live on our Peace Project Facebook Page Who: The OZY Youth Choir Honouring Defence Service, Invictus Games +The OZY Youth Choir Honouring Defence Service School Partners, Invictus Ambassadors, Tri-service uniformed personelle, RSL and other ESO organisations
What is the invictus games sydney peace project?
In the lead up to the opening of Invictus Games, we have a unique opportunity through a partnership with Invictus Games Education Team & The National Peace Project to engage school aged young people right around the Australia to raise awareness for The Games and for the National Peace Project in November.
On Thursday 18 October, two days before The Games begin, one hundred young people will gather in an iconic location in Sydney for this special Peace Project. It will be live streamed into connected classrooms across the country and lIve on Facebook as young people join together in song and engage online with Invictus Participants/Ambassadors/Service men and women.
Songs: In order to make it easy for schools to be involved, only the choruses of the songs were learnt . Practiced the songs beforehand or joined in the choruses on the day. (We will had soloists and small groups sing the verses and encouraged the students to join in the choruses to keep it simple. Even if you don't get to practice any of the songs, the choruses are easy enough to pick up on the day.)
The red cross emblem is reproduced with consent of the Minister for Defence under the Geneva Conventions Act 1957. In armed conflict, the red cross, red crescent and red crystal mean 'don't shoot!’ Misuse of the emblem in peacetime diminishes its protective power when it is most needed: in times of war and is a crime. You can help by avoiding (and reporting) misuse of the emblem in Australia. Download the Emblem App https://redcross.org.au/TheEmblemApp to report any misuses you see, or email firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information see the Australian Red Cross Emblem Guide https://redcross.org.au/about-us/the-emblem/guide-to-emblem-use .
Our Sponsors and Supporters
For more information about The OZY Youth Choir Honouring Defence Service, Inc. visit www.oyc.org.au
Our launch Peace Partners
Copyright 2018 by The OZY Youth Choir Honouring Defence Service, Inc.